Maine trees have amazing color in the Fall. We have enjoyed watching the colors change the skyline over the past few weeks.
The sun has graced us with its visible presence the past few days. Its light dances on the leaves and makes the clouds’ white *pop* against the blue sky.
Yesterday we had an opportunity to hang out with another clergy couple in the area. Their kids are about one-year and four-years in age. Up to this point with Ceara we have avoided the “princess phenomenon” – until yesterday. Our friends’ 4-year-old insisted that Ceara dress up in a Snow White dress. They told us, “We tried to prolong this stage, too, in fact all her princess stuff came from friends and family.” That being said, it was cute to watch Ceara play dress up with a new friend.
We ate a NC-style bbq for lunch with Maine orchard apple sauce and cider. Nice confluence of two worlds.
Caleb will be 10-weeks-old tomorrow. Wow, has the time flown. He spends his time either eating, cooing, or pooing – par for the course.
Ceara has two new ‘habits’ – first, she points at the cd player and claps her hands letting us know that she would like us to play some music. Once the music starts, she alternates between bouncing up and down and turning in circles – it’s cute when she tries to do those things together. Second, she will pick up a toy purse, put it over her shoulder, look at us, wave, say, “Bye,” and then walk into the other room – only to come back in two seconds to repeat the process again and again.
Court started back to work on the first of the month. She has already done two Sundays, and they have gone well.
Dan is getting things ready to begin traveling, presenting, and preaching on mission.
We give thanks to God for our family, for heat in our apartment, for a working toilet, for clean running water, for appliances to help cook and clean.
That’s all for now.